Teacher Dress: A Mix of Sparkle and Leopard

I’ve somehow acquired several new followers and, so, wanted to take a moment to reiterate the underlying theme of this blog.

I’m a mom and teacher, so style on a budget is a must. You won’t see expensive outfits that are unrealistic for a professional and mom to wear. Most of my outfits are from Target, local boutiques, and Nordstrom Rack. I also like Kohl’s.

Now on to today’s outfit of the day!

I’ve had this leopard top for a few weeks now, but I wore it once on the weekend and then tossed it into my “special launder” bag. I don’t wash this group of clothes until I have a bag full, as they need a special cycle, cold water, etc. So it’s easier to do them all at once. This means, though, that I have several nice things that don’t get rotated as often as others.

Top: Nordstrom Rack, $25
Bottoms: LC by Lauren Conrad
Shoes: Naturalizer for Famous Footwear
Accessories: Express watch; Nordstrom Rack bracelet





About ClassyinClasshttps://classyinclass.wordpress.comMom. Wife. Teacher. Ex-vegetarian. Queen of the classroom. Sovereign of the household.

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